The sunfish are still excellent on Waska. Worms or leeches with small jigs in 12 feet of water will be the best. Crappies hitting on Glenwood end of Waska. Bass and northerns all over Waska. Did not hear much for walleyes this past week.
Stormy unstable weather this past week has not slowed consistent walleye fishing on Waska, Reno, and Miltona. Northerns have been active on Waska and other area lakes. The big story is the tremendous sunnie and crappie fishing on Waska. Haven’t seen this great fishing in years.
Pretty consistent walleye bite on Waska using crawlers or leeches with spinners in 20-22 feet of water. Same method is working on Reno. Just stay deep! Still hearing about Miltona walleyes. Sunfish have been great on Waska or Reno. Bass on Waska are shallow early in morning and move deeper during the day.
Best way to catch walleyes on area lakes is still crawlers or leeches with spinners in deeper water. This means 18 feet or deeper on Waska. Sunnies and crappies are being caught on wesr side of Reno. Sunnies and bass have been excellent on Waska. Have gotten reports that Miltona is hot for walleyes. Catfish are still being caught on west side of Emily from shore.
Best method for catching walleyes this past week has been crawlers or leeches with spinners. All area lakes report slower walleye activity. Sunfish and bass are very active on Waska. Still have reports of crappie activity on west side of Reno.
Walleye reports have improved greatly on all area lakes. Long lake still a few walleyes but they are big. Mary, Reno, Andrew, Miltona and Waska all reported good walleye fishing. Best method is crawlers or leeches on spinners. Sunnies and bass are very good on Waska. Crappies have been good in northwest corner of Reno.
Much the same as last week. Walleyes are still not what I expect, but getting better. Panfish and bass in all area lakes have been excellent.
Walleye fishing has slowly improved on the area lakes. Long lake has been good for a few walleyes using live bait. Reno has been the best lake in the area for walleyes using crawlers or shiners with spinners. Crawlers are working best with spinners during the day on Waska. The walleyes go shallow at dark and can be caught from shore. Sunnies have been good in Starbuck marina. Bass are shallow around the docks and bulrushes on Waska. Crappies can be caught on west side of Reno.
Bass season opens Saturday.The bass, sunnies, and crappies will be excellent fishing. Look at last week’s report for more info on all the area lakes. With hot weather in the forecast walleye fiahing should improve!
A very warm week and the area walleye fishing has gotten better! Emily has a lot of weeds already but you can get walleyes with live bait. Channel cats have been excellent from west shore of Emily. Reports of walleye being caught with live bait on Long lake. Walleye activity on Waska has been better but the fish are scattered. Also Reno and Mary are starting to produce some walleyes. Sunfish and crappies have been good in Starbuck marina and between ballroom and fish hatchery on the Glenwood side of Waska.